Race faster at the same effort level by improving the "springiness" in your legs.
And how well do skills from other sports translate back to running?
This video demonstrates two key jumping exercises you can start doing right now to take your running to new heights.
Bruce Lee's one-inch punch: Implications on running mechanics.
One or two sets of box jumps three times a week will help you feel springier on your runs.
Learn how to squeeze a little more speed out of yourself by making the most of your training.
If you want to run faster, just get stronger. It's that simple — and that hard.
For faster times with fewer miles, try incorporating plyometrics into your training.
Yes, you can get meaningful benefits for your running with a 10-minute workout.